Entrepreneur, author, philanthropist and world-famous life and business strategist Tony Robbins joins DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Sherman and Samuel Lau for a special edition of “The Sherman Show.” He is perhaps best known for his efforts to empower millions of people through his live and virtual events, audio programs and educational videos. Mr. Robbins has an interest in more than a 100 businesses with annual sales of $8 billion. He has been honored by Accenture as one of the Top 50 Business Intellectuals in the World; Harvard Business Press as one of the Top 200 Business Gurus; and American Express as one of the Top Six Business Leaders in the World. In a cover article on Mr. Robbins, Fortune magazine named him the “CEO Whisperer,” and he has been named in the Top 50 of Worth Magazine’s 100 most powerful people in global finance for three consecutive years.
Among other topics in this episode, Mr. Robbins discusses his daily morning mindset and physical-conditioning regimens to prepare him for the day ahead, modeling super-successful people to uncover the clues to their success and the three fundamental pieces to the creation of businesses that thrive for the long term. In his conversation with Messrs. Sherman and Lau, Mr. Robbins shares moments from his life as a child and as a young man that transformed his understanding of life. Among these, the direct experience of communism during a tour at age 23 of the Soviet Union opened his eyes to the creative power of free enterprise. And at age 8, at a time when his family could barely afford to feed itself, he tells how the kindness of a grocery deliveryman showed him some people do indeed care for the lives of complete strangers. That epiphany would grow into a philanthropic campaign that feeds millions in the U.S., and one day, Mr. Robbins believes, billions of people around the world.
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